In north-east India's mountainous state of Meghalaya, youngest daughters inherit the land – and the ancient food heritage of their mothers
The tattoo on the chin of New Zealand MP Nanaia Mahuta is much more than a mark of pride. It is a symbol of remembrance and personal strength
A recent ruling in Peru may set an important precedent for indigenous land rights disputes, as Ben Whitford finds
Brazil’s police and military have begun evicting illegal ranchers and loggers from land belonging to the Awá, one of the world’s most endangered tribes
Ayahuasca, the hallucinogenic plant used in healing ceremonies by indigenous Amazonians, may offer more than just powerful visions. Matt Mellen heads into the jungle and discovers that it might [...]
Indigenous Indonesians could soon win greater control over their traditional lands, following a court ruling revoking governmental administration of forests customarily used by aboriginal groups
Ben Whitford charts the rise of Idle No More, a movement gaining broad appeal as it attempts to protect the land and water upon which indigenous Canadian communities depend
The United Nations has set new guidelines for giving marginalised people access to land, fisheries and forests
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd recently opened a brand new healing chapter in his country's troubled history.
Eve Wright reports on a conference in Bolivia where Indigenous Leadersfrom across the Americas come together to preserve and share ancestralwisdom.